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Former Bengals running back was indicted for Organized Crime in Denver

milesFormer NFL running back Ostell Miles was indicted on Thursday as part of an organized crime ring that allegedly used a towing service as a front to steal vehicles.

Miles, who played for the Cincinnati Bengals during the 1992 and 1993 seasons, was arrested almost a year ago, but the 44-count indictment was just returned this week. The 44-year-old was charged primarily with violating the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act, a Class 2 felony, which typically carries a maximum sentence of 24 years.

The charges against Miles also include aggravated vehicle theft, theft, forgery and conspiracy to commit identity theft.

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